The use of crewless aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, in the area of the national park is restricted in line with the protective regime stipulated in the Triglav National Park Act (Official Gazette of RS, No. 52/10, 46/14-ZONC and 60/17), which prohibits flights of aerial vehicles under 1,000 feet (304.8m) above the current location or[ … ]
Link to the Slovenian Environmental Agency: http://www.arso.gov.si/
The TNP Act does not prohibit picking herbs and mushrooms in the area of the Park as long as it does not exceed one’s personal needs. If you plan to pick herbs or mushrooms for commercial purposes, however, you will need the consent of the TNP managing authority.
Except for the areas of the first protective regime and core protected areas in which any recreational or commercial mushroom foraging is banned, the TNP act allows mushroom picking under certain conditions which are laid down in the decree on the protection of wild fungi and various rules and regulations concerning forestry and forest protection,[ … ]
Park rangers are an essential link of the management organisation. They monitor all natural processes and all activities related to visitors and inhabitants of the park. They are responsible for enforcing the TNP Act; they inform and warn visitors and have the right to collect penalties for specific infringements. The work of a park ranger[ … ]
The Triglav National Park Act prohibits the parking of motor vehicles, campers, and caravans outside the designated areas (Article 13, point 42, of the TNP Act – Official Gazette of RS, št. 52/10). In the area of the Park, there are no car parks which would also be intended for camper parking, overnight parking or[ … ]
The number of mountaineers has been increasing, partly because the hiking season lasts almost all year. The following instructions are intended for visitors who do not know the Julian Alps well and those with little or no mountaineering experience. Conquering high mountains requires good physical conditions and skill, neither of which can be acquired overnight.[ … ]
Camping outside specially designated areas in the national park is not allowed. And, No. The parking place behind the hut is not a specially designated area.
Accommodation facilities are available in the mountain huts belonging to the Triglav National Park Public Institution, in the Trenta Lodge and in alpine huts and bivouacs. One of them is also Ervavčeva’s hut. The list of mountain huts in Triglav National Park, as well as their opening times and telephone numbers, can be found on the Alpine Association of[ … ]